Some apps and services enter the world of GIS and become overnight successes. Others have long, hard journeys into the limelight. What3Words belongs in the latter category.
How GIS data is helpful for natural science
The planet we live on encompasses so many marvels of nature. Nations have formed their culture and habits based on the access they had to natural resources. Take for example Asia and Europe. The climate is different, even though there might be slight geographical similarities. So, how much access to land and water a nation […]
U.S. Census Bureau Update to COVID-19 Interactive Data Hub
COVID-19 Demographic and Economic Resources from the United States Census Bureau
3D aerial imagery is more than just another dimension
Small scale applications of 3D images have been around for quite some time. For example, 3D X-ray imaging shows in full color precise details of what’s inside your body, helping doctors diagnose conditions and determine areas of concern prior to surgery.
Open Data – The home of Canada’s open data
The home of Canada’s open data can be found at data.gc.ca
How 3D Elevation Can Benefit Each State and Puerto Rico
via the USGS – 3D Elevation – We’ve Got You Covered in all 50 States
First Look – Los Angeles Opens the GeoHub – #OpenData for Citizens and Developers
Today (Jan 29, 2016) via livestream, the city of Los Angeles officially announced the launch of their latest OpenData initiative, the GeoHub. The livestream for the media featured Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and Esri’s Jack Dangermond.
Week-end Reading – Free eBook: Big Data for Dummies
Free eBook: “Big Data for Dummies (Free for a limited time!) Usually $19.99” Find the right big data solution for your business or organization.
LandScan+ for GIS Analysis
East View is pleased to introduce a new geospatial solution by combining authoritative infrastructure data with the LandScan Global Population Database.
Free Data from USGS Proves Its Worth for Observing Earth
Since late 2008, when Landsat earth observation images were made available to all users free of charge, nearly 30 million Landsat scenes have been downloaded through the U.S. Geological Survey portal – and the rate of downloads is still increasing.